Talk:List of communist ideologies

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Purpose and Translation?[edit]

Since you started en:List of communist ideologies as a partial copy of en:Communism, I assumed your translation project was from English to another language. But I get the idea I completely misunderstand. If the first step in your plan is to split en:Communism, then why not use the entire list of ideologies from that article, rather than a partial list, and complete the transformation of both articles. Then you can make improvements, a little at a time, whenever you have time to work on a piece of the translation. --SV Resolution(Talk) 14:08, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

(This refers to work in progress at User:Ioannes_Pragensis/Sandbox&oldid=282436358) --SV Resolution(Talk) 14:19, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

I believe I used the complete list of ideologies from Communism, if there is something forgotten, please add it here. - I prefer to create a basic version of the future Communism in my private sandbox, because it is very hard task even without influences of other editors. The "new" article will not list ideologies, it should be in a form of historical explanation. And this list (which makes currently most of the Communism article) can then live its own life independently. I will be very grateful for your help after I replace the Communism article, because English is my second language and I make frequent spelling and grammatical errors. I hope that I will be able to finish the basic work soon and then I enable others to make my work better :-) --Ioannes Pragensis (talk) 15:26, 30 April 2009 (UTC)


This looks like a copy of the list in Communism. I do not believe we need the same list in two places. Alex O. (talk) 17:57, 18 January 2013 (UTC)

What should be done (no pun intedented) is to expand this list, it really doesn't include many communist ideologies (Marxism, Castroism, Guevarism, Socialism with Chinese characteristics, Ho Chi Minh Thought, National communism, Left communism, Primitive communism, Scientific communism, Autonomism, Situationism, Libertarian Marxism, Neo-Marxism, National Bolshevism, Goulash Communism, De Leonism, Khrushchevism, Shachtmanism, ect.). Charles Essie (talk) 21:57, 23 June 2013 (UTC)